Definition of all-present in English:

all-present

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adjective

Existing or occurring everywhere: the all-present Spirit
More example sentences
  • The influence of television can be used as an all-present and near imperceptible tool to jeopardize a government’s official and well-established political narrative.
  • David understood that God is all-present, and he could never escape the divine presence.
  • How the horror of these times has influenced us, that we accept with indifference the all-present terror which we would have never been able to imagine!

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Word of the day neoteny
Pronunciation: nēˈätn-ē
noun
retention of juvenile features in the adult animal